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Here’s a breakdown of the snap counts from the Philadelphia Eagles' 31-3 victory over the Chicago Bears in Week 12.

OFFENSE

Brandon Brooks and Big V are the only two offensive players who played the entire game.

Mack Hollins got a lot of playing time. He was nearly at a 50-50 split with Torrey Smith.

LeGarrette Blount took the most snaps and most carries of any Eagles running back. Jay Ajayi’s snaps increased by 8% from last game to this one.

Chance Warmack came in for Stefen Wisniewski late in the game. Then Wis replaced Jason Kelce at center. Isaac Seumalo saw playing time at right tackle with Lane Johnson resting at the end.

Shelton Gibson played four snaps in his NFL debut. He didn’t receive any targets.

Nick Foles is a perfect 4/4 while playing in garbage time this season. Fun fact:

DEFENSE

Rodney McLeod played the entire game on defense.

Destiny Vaeao saw an increase in playing time with Beau Allen. Ditto for Elijah Qualls, who is usually inactive on game day.

Despite only playing 11 snaps in garbage time, Rasul Douglas had two passes defensed. He really has a knack for making plays on the ball.

Starting middle linebacker Joe Walker left the game early due to a stinger. Najee Goode came in to replace him. If Walker’s injury lingers, the Eagles could look to turn to Dannell Ellerbe in the middle.

Steven Means had a big role on special teams despite the fact this was his first game played since Week 5. Means tipped a Bears punt to limit the distance of the kick.

SPECIAL TEAMS

Nate Gerry - 15 (65%)

Jake Elliott - 11 (48%)

Donnie Jones - 7 (30%)

Rick Lovato - 7 (30%)

Gerry continues to play special teams only.

Elliott made a 45-yard field goal and all four of his extra points in his first game after suffering a concussion. One of his kickoffs did go out of bounds for a penalty, however.

DID NOT PLAY

The following players were ruled inactive prior to the game: Trey Burton, Beau Allen, Dannell Ellerbe, Will Beatty, Wendell Smallwood, Marcus Johnson, Nate Sudfeld.

The following player(s) were active but did not play: N/A.